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"winnie mandela" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on Power 106 FM

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Your Guide on the G I B networks are going to get into a tremendous discussion that rush leg on a visit to Israel and unforgettable visit. To the nation of Israel, and it's incredible to see the viciousness of the anti Semitism that is being thrown around from people who are stepping up and stepping out. When it comes to challenging what's going on between Israel and Gaza. AOC the squad you know they come to mind. They've had some comments Alexandra Cozzi Oh Cortez, saying that Israel is an apartheid state. There's a CNN freelancer who lost his job for saying that what the world needs today is a Hitler Hitler. Really, It's an incredible thing to watch. As we as as we see the the absolute maniacal behavior by people in the streets of European capitals. And AH, at protests. There's a convoy that drove through London shouting Blank. The Jews rape their daughters in London for were arrested at one of those Protest. This is a coarsening of the culture that frankly, I think it's shocking in the modern era in an error that preaches tolerance acceptance Everything is good. You can say anything You want about Israel, and you will be lauded. Well, Alan Dershowitz was on Newsmax. This morning, He called out a O. C and the squad as anti Semites. AOC is a pure, bigoted anti Semite. There's nothing Israel could do that is ever right for her, And there's nothing that Israel's enemies that could do that there ever wrong for her. It's amazing to me that she gets reelected in the city like New York, a city that should oppose bigotry. She is the poster child. Or anti Jewish anti Semitic anti Israel bigotry. She, along with others on the squad, are one sided in their condemnation of Israel. No matter what Israel does. So you have that commentary coming just in the last hours over the weekend, CNN firing a deal. Roger Pakistani freelancer after he tweeted the world today needs Hitler. By the way, the guy has a history of tweeting stuff, just like that. CNN claims he's never been an employee, just a freelancer. And that is reporting contributed to quote some news gathering efforts from Islamabad. When asked about this on Fox yesterday, former G W. Bush speechwriter mark Peace and had this to say First of all, it's not just he contributed a couple of things here and there, he wrote 54 articles for CNN, So it's not like he had a tenuous connection to CNN. But second of all, also, this is not new. I mean, this is not related to this conflict in 2014. He tweeted out that that hail Hitler and he said he was supported in Germany in the World Cup because Hitler was a German, and he did a good job with those juice. CNN didn't notice that back in 2014 you think they'd do better due diligence on their contributors? At least they got rid of them. I mean, Ilhan Omar and receded to leave, who are virulent anti Semites are still on their committees in Congress. Maybe the Democrats ought to take a lesson from CNN and get rid of the anti Semites in their ranks makes a good point. By the way. How many times was trump characterized as Hitler did Oh, for Bush. He was seeing the other squad members and now comparing the Israeli conflict with apartheid, with representative Cori Bush, Democrat from Missouri, saying, quote we are anti war. We are anti occupation. We are anti apartheid. Rushed, talked about this a few years ago, recalling his visit to Israel in 1993 and something A soldier said that he never forgot. Now. Let's make no mistake about it. There are a whole lot of Islamic nations in the Middle East who want there to be no Israel and they want to accomplish this by forcing all citizens of Israel of March into the Mediterranean Sea and drown. I guess if you oppose being murdered might make you an islamophobe to these people, But this is Trump right again. He's just calling it out. The Democrat Party is becoming anti Jewish. I never thought I would live the actually see this happen. You need to look at it from this perspective and Democrat Party is trying to turn Israel into South Africa and the apartheid movement, and they're using the same exact language that they used against South Africa. That's right. Stunning. They are kicking to the curb a major donor base. If nothing else, it's not a full fledged break. I mean, you've got Pelosi and Schumer and these clowns showing of the Jurassic Park Democrats. But these young whippersnappers air making it clear that they don't like the Jews, The Jews, er islamophobes, just like in South Africa. The Afrikaners were a bunch of Racists. I will never forget that that all started. Well, that intensified when I was in Sacramento on the Nelson Mandela era. Was he going to go to prison or not? And, uh, you have Peter Blood to who was the president of South Africa and he was doing his best to save South Africa from the African National Congress was Mandela's group. And you have American universities in a race with each other to see who could Take their investment money out of South Africa, the fastest and Democrat presidential candidates joined that parade started demanding disinvestment in South Africa, University of California. Berkeley was leading the way out on the left coast. And I remember what the This had such an impact. I mean, I can't tell you why. But this was during the fever and pitch where the United States was being pressured. Every American corporation every individual is being pressured to get the hell out of south ever. Stop endorsing the of Bart died regime. And Winnie Mandela was out there necklacing their enemies, which was putting gasoline and automobile tires. Been throwing those tires on their enemies while the flames were lit. And this spokesman for Peter both was on with Nightline and they were trying to rattle this guy. Calling him all kinds of names and calling his boss all kinds of names, and he just could not be rattled, no matter what they insulted, no matter what they tried. No matter the allegations. He sat there and he just every sentence he began, Mr Butta says. Stri..

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on KOMO

"And I'm thankful that I got all the support of Johnny. It's come out here and support you get justice from because with J P D did wasn't right. Larry died in January after being arrested on drug charges. Investigators determined he died from ingesting a combination of heroin, cocaine and sentinel that he had concealed in his mouth during the arrest. His family believes he died because of treatment by police, who were seen on video, pinching his nose and probing his mouth with a baton before pulling out plastic bags that reportedly contained drugs. Zindzi Mandela, daughter of South African anti apartheid icons Nelson and Winnie Mandela has died at the age of 59. Mandela, the country's current ambassador to Denmark, died early this morning in a hospital in Johannesburg. The cause of death has not been released. South Africa's minister of international relations, said Mandela was quote a struggle heroin in her own right who served her country well. Come on news time. 5 14 traffic in just a moment, first breaking news out of north Seattle. We're getting word of a significant fire. It's broken out in the 2400 block of Aurora Avenue North. No word yet on how this started. You are asked to avoid the area and that's the 2400 block of Aurora Avenue North. By 14 hour come a traffic update with Kira Jordan. Yeah, with that large aid response for that fire. Our North bound traffic on Aurore is you're approaching Queen, an avenue that has your traffic backed up for a couple of blocks into that area. Like Manda said. Try and avoid it. If you can. If not, you will be encountering this back up. North bound life. I've that's beginning to thicken up Is your coming out of federal way. North bound 167 seeing brake lights between 5 12 and 4 10 The rest of our drives air moving along at the speed limit our next promo traffic at 5 20 for the Sun's starting to come up. It's going to be a gorgeous Monday Sunshine 75 for today, overnight lows in the low to mid fifties. Tomorrow another sunny day in 78. How about 80 on Wednesday? Thursday. We're going to be a weak front move in possibly some showers by Thursday with high still in the mid seventies. Right now in downtown Seattle. Clear it's 53. Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest's on ly 24 hour news station KOMO News, 5 15 The Coma Morning news for your Monday Frank Lindsay's at the Editor's desk..

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Chinese you know Chinese buyers you the Chinese buyers what about the Chinese curse nobody's in knowledge what what about it you know those **** are still eating dogs you know that right now it's that time of the year they have some type of a celebration of dog meat not making this up and of course the wet markets are really big on dog thank you can see up one little dogs in cages that are are slated for well Chinese food yeah tell me again why we have anything to do with the Chinese I'm curious all right I'm real I know they have two girls but what but what it what is it what is it but I I don't know okay given the nature of the way the Chinese are not not the Chinese themselves for who cares about Chinese themselves physically just like everybody else raw pink on the inside but the whole the socio economic structure why would we go over there make a deal with them well I want to bring him into the family of man that that altruistic B. S. that that you know the the most the thing that makes the most sense if you learn anything in history of mankind anything is that you want to nation state with impenetrable walls a just a bone breaking ball break and just burn anything ground you need to military and then you tell the rest of the world stay away over there yeah we may invite some of you and we'll see that's it that's isolationism yeah yeah what's your point I'm a socialist system also seems to work best because when you don't do that look what's happening right now this this also isn't just education process that's who's made the the children so stupid they think socialism school but the Democrats Socialist Party is pretty much is ginned up and brought the third world into America yeah teddy Kennedy let's get into this piece here speaking of the third world why would anybody want to associate with anything has to South Africa I don't know I'm serious about that now this sounds really foreign to that year no pun intended of of the progressive we are the world type it really does but keep in mind that they're the people are **** everything up and we need to stop listening to them we have been accepting as normal what is so far from normal for so long I remember running that line out give that out to all back when we were doing the Hussein Obama John McCain dustup rumor that that neither of which William Kennedy at that point that not yet and I kept saying that you know what we keep accepting well as normal what's far from normal we need to stop now the people have been saying that for me but that's what's going on and and I guess now we have the Chinese curse what's the Chinese Kerr's well here it is may your life be interesting man I've said a plus right now would you New York mayor bill de Blasio again how does this become hair of New York or how how hello building zero said Sunday that New York City I would establish a city commission for racial justice and reconciliation it's just like what's called the truth records reconciliation commission in South Africa let these those are his words he said Sunday the New York city's gonna establish a city commission than errors of quote for racial justice and reconciliation just like the truth and reconciliation commission in South Africa in south African truth and reconciliation commission I don't know if this were they put a spare tire on your neck and set on fire where hands are rough confine your back I think that may be part of this will get that second was established under the they called necklacing over there remember you know was really big on necklacing you guys will have to remember that winning Mandela yes Nelson was in jail but Winnie Mandela and her crew not about winning personally but she was part of the whole crew that did that necklacing was quite seriously where they would restrain your hands and then they would put a spare tire around your head but gasoline and and light it on fire yeah that was a technique they they thought of it as a technique to well teach you to think the right way and the people that are associated with your things right away south African Jews reconciliation commission was established after the end of apartheid in nineteen ninety four to investigate human rights abuses by both sides in the decades long conflict between the white minority government and the liberation front liberation front does a ring to it doesn't matter the tears you ordered potential amnesty for past human rights abuses of people who were and that's the a truce and now as a reconciliation commission offered potential amnesty for past human rights abuses to people who were willing to come forward and testify about what they've done or witnessed so what do they call that in turn they have a name for that nine that's really come forward and you confess your sin of not being communist enough usually got to do that with your hands behind your back standing on a stool in front of a room full of people bent over forward very humiliating position because on the se many people did so exposing the horrors of years of torture by state security police or brutal murders ordered by anti apartheid organisations against rival political groups and suspected informers so there's more to this we'll get to in just a second but is this what the Blasio is suggesting that in New York City what is it December's gonna stab wishes he's just saying that they were they what's near city would establish so they're going to so when this is established and this is as of June twenty one here when this is established will people New York have to go forward and confessed the horrors of the years of torture that they matted out on on on people of color it will have to do that also if you know the answer to your city some of the new African National Congress ANC government rejected the idea that human rights abuses committed by the liver a liberation movement could be judged by the same moral standard and those committed by their oppressors mmhm it's getting interesting now isn't it but the the to the TFC led by archbishop Desmond Tutu real piece of work rejected the idea that there was a separate standard for human rights abuses based on what side of the struggle committed them it is this is where you're going back and forth to say who should we torture for what they did in the past well he committed tortures let's torture him well he's not running most Chargers family instead let's set up some camps and then we can hold in there while we sort it out and we'll we'll educate him to maybe some people can be redeemed brothers does have to work maybe a feel for ten fifteen years and then they'll be redeemed and then maybe we can turn him loose again they'll be of use while they're out in the field working in so it's not clear what mass killings of political executions were carried out by New York city's Democrat run government at the who's been felt what a smart **** this is Joe Pollock Joe parlor home Jerry B. so sarcastic I really like his stuff is is a great contributor it's not clear what mass killings are political executions were carried out by New York city's Democrat run government or what the testimony of the other side might be the blouse you know has been accused of discrimination in his treatment of the Jewish community in other religious communities last week he defended welding shut the gates of public.

"winnie mandela" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on Back to Biz with Katie and Boz

"It is an indictment of the news cycle, because it gets a lot of attention, and then it fades away, and it gets lot a lot of attention but the. Accumulated Pain particularly for the black community is something that I don't think. I've appreciated enough. I think I've been a bystander and I think I have a high degree of empathy in general as a person, but your empathy can only get you so far if your life experience is so dramatically different. So I'm trying to understand how I can be less of a bystander or less of a witness and help be a change agent. And because I think I. Am in a position where I can do that in my own way with my own. People who respect me or or think of me in a positive way so? I think it's been a tremendous wakeup call. I think that. You know what I was saying. How she's also hopeful. It does feel like. This is different. This time is different. It's a watershed moment and that it's an opportunity hopefully. I say prayerfully that progress can actually be made and that we can start grappling with some of these insidious. PROB seemingly intractable problems that are the product of generations. Of Attitudes send and oppression, and finally began to figure out a way that we can make things right. I wanted to jump in and say something If we look at the murder in isolation and and the series of barberry behaviors done to individuals in isolation of the system that empowers the behavior to continue we, we will not. We will. We will not really do George Floyd or Irma, or both John or any of the many other things we could call any favors if we don't acknowledge the fact that the police report. Had to be changed. The video came out. If. We don't acknowledge that the autopsies differ depending upon who did. If we don't take the deeper dive into a criminal justice system that enables this behavior and supports its own in this barbaric behaviour if we don't address that. Than that it will remain a murder, whether is tried as a murderer, not an won't at least become a martyr. To a bigger understanding of a system that seeks to correct itself I am hardened in encouraged the fact that this does not feel like a black people's problems this time when I see whites in the street and Brown people in the street and young people in the street and old people, when I see behind the scenes, executives, and the elected officials, having deeper conversations kind of encouraged I have been on the phone with a series of influential pastors, black and white, a huge amount of white pastors trying to. Come to grips with this what I tried to make. People understand that being black is a lot like being molested child. When somebody has power over, you may abused at our over you. The same symptomatic conditions exist in our community that would exist in a molested child in my forty three years of ministry, working with molestation, one of the horrific things about it is to not be believed. And there's something about this time. That that we're starting to feel like maybe somebody believed because historically. If you bring it up, you're race baiting. Your rush to judgment too soon. All the evidence is not in. We're waiting on due process. There were all of these little things received to thwart your voice out and to shut you up, and then a system to you up and spit you out at a barbaric way. with court appointed attorneys and and crafty judicial switches There's something about this time that I'm starting to feel like maybe somebody hearing us. Maybe somebody is believing us that we don't is bad enough to be. In the process in its worst, not be believed. And the the the real. The real abuse is to be traumatized by the event and then be traumatized by the fact that you have to Bala date. You have to prove that this ugly horrible thing is real and nothing that you present is accepted as legitimate and on the heels of Kobe nineteen. And what that has done to us as a community by quite and Brown to be an isolation for all of these weeks, and still not be saved, still not be free to cover our. And our nose in our ears, and and every time you go out the door, sneeze or get a scratchy throat, you wonder. Are you necks for all of the hundred thousand people who died on ventilators? We had not recovered from from that weight. We we have not recovered from Medgar Evers. Swede not recovered from Dr King. We've not recovered from Jim Crow and slavery only because. The moment you you're trying to get better. Something else comes and takes you back in triggers you right back to that same spot again like an abused child, there are triggers and these triggers keeps shooting into us until there's almost nothing left at feel like the headboard, a Winnie Mandela's bedposts shot through with holes in South Africa I feel like We have had to be silent because we have not been believed. We've murmur amongst ourselves. Until all of a sudden, the murmuring has become a scream. A scream so loud and so piercing bet it has become inconvenient and I'm listening on an America who wants to shut up screen more than they want to stop the abuse. Arizo powerful and what you name Bishop, this kind of repeated abuse. This repeated islands over generations. Historical Trauma. Current TRAUMAS current abusing afflictions. These types of endemic hardships and our communities. And this is all why black lives matter was created seven years ago, we knew we had to name that Anti Black Racism and our society was quite literally killing us not only in the streets, not only at the hands of police overlooking in our economic system, the healthcare system, the education system just abysmal. Impact. When you look at our communities, and how it's racial racialist, and how racism was quite literally cutting our lives shorts. And it was because there was this deafening silence around how? How vastly different the black experiences in this country? Compared to our counterparts, and we had to name it. Because for far too long, there was a silence and what we say now is that to be silent is to be complicit..

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Are very emotional very amped up in very polarized on this topic today here is Rhonda in southwest Michigan with a text message a crowd governor holds up money from a children's hospital a crowd president takes money from a children's charity their paths cross president trump is a man who is tough and outspoken but he also has a kind heart and this is an act of kindness and I also believe it's the beginning of the process to do actually turning justice into a justice Bruce in ravens won the governor's our neighborhood we're going to choose now a trump crap I love it how much trouble crack that's rose welcome to double Dale's calling us from mount prospect I rose going on yes hi I just you know I can't help but think of the word credits okay president Obama pardon and nobody questioned any of them well who do the part that you objected to what a bunch of drug dealers that were on the list I'd stay awhile since I looked at the west you don't the list but why didn't anybody question any of the people he pardoned we'll do question every presence pardons and commutations rose it happened I was I but I was in radio now Obama's pardon people as he left office too and we talked about and criticize some of those some of those warrants wouldn't really that I need that talked about I just don't recall yeah it was first attempt was talked about yeah and Benghazi were talked about going to solve and trying to the biggest the biggest thing is that I am no different than a lot of other people fourteen years waiting too long rapists don't get that amount of time some murders don't yeah hi I give that so that's the kind of another subject pros because that is apples to oranges and I think Sagal thought that we are supposed to hold a politician to a higher level they have her purse strings they decide and distribute our our money and they and they also I have control of our blood and treasure so we expect more of them and we punish them to a greater degree when they fall short is Dan in Lockport big John I do recall governable going this calling his daughter a modern day Gandhi when she was coming out and to think what she was facing now the next governor will go it's calling himself a political prisoner maybe we can compare him to Nelson Mandela when a family lineage for the ones that truly Sacher's suffered does that make pet able going that's equal to Winnie Mandela what I Dan I appreciate the effort I appreciate the link it's let me just think about that one for awhile might be an end time reading my expedite probably a hundred of these John I applaud the news of boggles pardon action just me technical wasn't pardon commutation his sentence was way out of whack compared to Jackson's and no worse of an offense the only thing I would say in response to that Mike is that again when Jackson got caught Jack Jesse Jackson junior and his wife this center said all right you got us let's settle and they both did about a year if I'm not not mistaken Lago put us through to to two different trials that has to play into the sentences well Joliet day John this is not a partisan in my view they are on opposite sides of the political spectrum trump just thought it was unfair thanks bye bye I do I do not question them the president's reasons for pardoning I'm sorry commuting in Lagos sentence he has the power to do so and he doesn't have to explain Steve all prince Kerr John didn't seem fond of bloggers release could he be worried of skeletons in his closet that Ron has knowledge of all I don't know why you would say that about this one if I knew for sure let it run again rather right away right if you take it hello Larry funny speaking of funny Carl has a very very funny text message and I'm not gonna read but thank you Carl here's Erica joining us at three one two five nine one eighty nine hundred higher go ahead Sir Hey John if you have any kind of heart you know you're gonna steal some sort of sympathy for rod you know I mean the guy's family suffered and stuff like that I didn't vote form I I'm I'm a Republican my whole life but I I think we should celebrate this guy be able to to be I'll be with the families and build up your bread winner there's so many other people have done done not more rapists and murderers you just freed up space for those those up it was far as I'm concerned I don't I don't disagree one single thing your son and although I've been accused of being a heartless guy in the past I feel happy about this for the family especially the daughter's hand and Patty to solve I am home with the on all of that and eight years eight years yeah what is a long time I mean the guy one way for a long time here's a another text message saying his sentence was way out of whack raise here but here here's what this texter said at this point blogosphere's shut up encounters blessings he's not innocent yeah yeah I I agree with that I I don't expect mark brown wrote a column in a sometimes they were he said we just hope the blogger goes away he's he's not going away and he's not admitting that he was a rock he was wrong from.

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Prisoner you but the day before his release you met him several times to plan ready how was he that day how you this is what you'll be looking for a fool for for all these years there wasn't time for friend fan celebration and sentiment get up to eight it was matter of fact and businesslike and he was very calm and collected your there was so much to talk about what would happen the next day one thing Nelson Mandela insisted on was that often leaving the prison he wanted to address the people of Cape Town before going on to to have this book contact to be borrowed from local activists taken from the prison to the central square but people being told to congregate there were no laptops back then and then E. Mousa ferried back and forth between the prison in downtown Capetown get Mandela's speech typed copy it was such short notice was that his wife Winnie Mandela and the ANC didn't trees including so around a poser who's the current president of South Africa willing to have this book and they ended up having to charter a plane in their small plane to get there in time you know this will all people straight from the barricades who were not accustomed to chartering at our planes though small planes take much longer than the big Boeing steak it took almost double the time and so they were late Sir in the end he was released maybe two or three hours having yeah the well.

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Government wanted to release them quietly at his home in the township of Soweto but Mandela refused he'd walk out of activists to prison he said just like any other prisoner you but the day before his release you met him several times to plan ready how was he meant to how you this is what you'll be looking for a fool for for all these years there wasn't time for friend fan celebration and send to print it out sorry it was matter of fact and businesslike and he was very calm and collected now there was so much to talk about what would happen the next day one thing Nelson Mandela insisted on was that after leaving the prison he wanted to address the people of Cape Town before going on to to have this book calls have to be borrowed from local activists taken from the prison to the central square but people being told to congregate there were new laptops back then and then E. Mousa ferried back and forth between the prison in downtown Cape Town get Mandela's speech typed copy it was such short notice was that his wife Winnie Mandela and the ANC didn't trees including so around a poser who's the current president of South Africa willing to have this book and they ended up having to charter a plane with a small plane you know this will all people straight from the barricades who were not accustomed to chartering at our planes and those small planes take much longer than the big Boeing steak it took almost double the time and so they were late Sir in that and he was released maybe two or three hours later I think it again.

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Been Ferguson coming up a little bit later on in the broadcast as well here on Memphis morning news all right so now let's talk about turnout birthday shall we I think that's a I think that's a good idea let's talk about some birthdays here on the program all right let's get it under way let's rock and roll on this date in eleven eighty one on September the twenty six Saint Francis of Assisi the Italian founder of the Franciscan order was born in well guess where I CC in the holy Roman Empire and passed away in twelve twenty. six also on this date in seventeen seventy four busy day in U. S. history I will talk a bit more about that next hour but a birthdays born of the state seventeen seventy four John Chapman also known as Johnny Appleseed American pioneer nurseryman introduced apple trees to Pennsylvania Ontario Ohio Indiana and Illinois here's one in Massachusetts also born on this date in eighteen forty nine Ivan Pavlov he was a a Russian physiologist and pioneer in psychology in fact he won the north though bill price in nineteen oh four also on this date in eighteen eighty eight. seller aware of what is celebrating a birthday T. S. Eliot American poet dramatist and critic won the Nobel Prize in nineteen forty eight born in Saint Louis Missouri born on September the twenty six then nineteen fourteen. Jack little lane American fitness and nutritional expert to he passed away said about eight years ago was born in services go California in nineteen fourteen also on this date in nineteen twenty five Marty Robbins American country singer down in this town of el Paso. anyway he passed away in nineteen eighty two passed away a little way way too soon one of the St nineteen twenty six Julia Lundin you'll remember her she played Dixie McCall on the TV drama emergency and she lived to be seventy four years old also on this date in history it born in nineteen thirty three Donna Douglas Elly may Clampett was born in pride Louisiana and she she made her fame of course on the Beverly hillbillies one of the stated nineteen four out thirty six Winnie Mandela on this date in nineteen forty two Kent McCord American actor he played officer Jim reed on Adam twelve he was born in Los Angeles California also on this date in nineteen forty seven Lynn Anderson American country singer member CA I think she's saying I never promised you a rose garden she was born in Grand Forks North Dakota born a year later September twenty six nineteen forty eight it was a living in Newton John singer and actress she was born in Cambridge England also on this date in nineteen fifty six Linda Hamilton from the terminator films born in Salisbury Maryland. on this date in nineteen seventy two. was Robert Francis Rourke he called himself better O. C. he wants to be down with the Hispanic population my and he was a pro a weight he he still running for president well now okay when he turns forty seven today and then also on this date in nineteen eighty one Serena Williams turns thirty eight today she was born in Saginaw Michigan what she got like twenty three grand slam titles now perhaps the greatest women's tennis player of all time if he's not then I guess it would maybe be Martina Navratilova but it's either one or the other she's in rare air and one of the greatest to ever set foot on a tennis court she turns thirty eight today especially after having a baby and coming back and playing that's hard core right there I had a birthday to all those it celebrated a birthday today joining us on the program it is six thirty seven and we say good morning to doctor Catherine brown welcome back the show doctor brown always appreciate you being on the show how are you. good great hat thanks for having me on you know we we we promote our websites in the in our social media and we are you know we're we're a news site but you know everybody's promoting their their sites and and and everything and and I guess a recent survey shows that children are more than willing to talk to strangers online. well I think one thing that we we hear the word stranger we have that stranger danger connotation and but I think you have to understand that the children don't consider people they're interacting with multiple times I'm going to in fact be strangers. all right now I know that you specialize in in crimes against children and and they children for the most part have trusting hearts and but and and perhaps that is something that evil doers like to exploit. there's always that possibility but always back because while children are interacting more with online the American studies actually do show that unwanted sexual solicitation of children online has in fact been decreasing really over the last ten years so while they may be interacting with online they're not being sexually preyed on at a rate that that studies were showing before okay well that that is good news right I mean that's it's apt yeah. yeah I mean because well you know you think about it yeah it's fantastic news because you it's I guess there are more safeguards in there's more awareness in place and that's gonna be a blast that's got to be a blessing in a in a and I'm guessing I really for parents. yes it should be a relief for parents in fact the only crime against children that have been increasing online is actual bullying and that is god or by their peers and so that certainly is a problem in should be addressed at that but the whole stranger danger connotation the children are being preyed upon even more online it's not really in fact the trends the studies the trends over time tend to show that it's in fact decreased eight yeah he generally and and and you know with with the kids interacting what kind of conversations are the children having with strangers and what kind of information are they you know are they are they giving out. Aries per child the study showed that our children are engaging in risky behavior off line they can to bring back a heap you're with them in the online but I think to have good conversations with their children about just what's appropriate to share you know if you haven't met this person face to face that may not really impact be your friend and you may not need to to divulge personal information such as where you go to school what town you live in or when and where you're going to be in a public location you know just some simple safety tips like that can go a long way to protect kids online sure sure a in in a you know it sounds like it's a common thread it's just hat having that conversation with the with your child can a just taking a few moments and just just having a chat can make a huge huge difference when it comes to their online behaviors in their online choices and again kids just don't simply no you know oftentimes unless you tell them what's what's what you should what you can share and what you just absolutely should not share I mean that's that's a that's seems like a it least in my household that's you know that's a fear of mine is just you know it's just me is is trying to keep up and make my child aware because I know she's an explorer which is not a bad thing I want that curiosity but you have to kind of temperate with safety. absolutely absolutely and and nothing really will prevent having that that conversation with children having multiple conversations and having parents check in and really being aware of what what apps your child is using about happened American children these studies are a little outdated showed their accessing the internet through their phone and app my guess is that number is quite a bit higher now if you looked at current statistics so I think all of these things really are are just something parents to be aware of how children are interacting with people that they don't meet face to face okay Catherine brown doctor Catherine brown thank you so much for joining us on Memphis morning there's always appreciate your insight and and having a chance to to chat with you and hopefully we'll get to catch up but with you again real real soon have a great day. thanks you too bye bye Memphis morning.

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on KTOK

"In Sacramento, Nelson Mandela era was he going to prison or not and Peter who was the president of South Africa. And he was doing his best to save South Africa from the African National Congress, which Mandela's group and you had American universities in a race with each other to see who could take their investment money out of South Africa, the fastest and democratic presidential candidates. Join that parade. Started demanding disinvestment in South Africa university of California Berkeley was leading the way out on the left coast. I remember bought the which Jesse Jackson hated the guy pronounce it Boffa, the Baath it was a purposeful mispronunciation. But but Peter bought actually it was one of his spokesman wish I was with Nightline one. I wish could remember. This guy's name. I remember his face. And I have perfected my impersonation this guy. This had such an impact on me. And I can't tell you why. But this was during the fevered pitch where the United States was being pressured every American Corporation every individual was being pressured to get the hell out, South Africa. Stop endorsing the Bart died regime and Winnie Mandela was out there. Necklacing their enemies, which was putting gasoline in in in automobile tires. And then throwing those tires on their enemies while a flames were lit. And this spokesman for for Peter both THEO T H aim was on with Nightline, and they were trying to rattle this guy by calling him all kinds of names and calling his boss, all kinds of names. And he just could not be rattled no matter what they insulted. No matter what they tried. No matter the allegations he sat there, and he just every sentence. He began missed that Mata says this dry. Sub Saharan Africa, and you will destroy the entire continent. And you should have seen the outraged reaction to that this button says destroy hypno- destroy white South Africa, and you will destroy all of sub Saharan Africa. And they went not. And there are beginning to be parallels. Here we haven't gotten to the point of Netanyahu, saying destroy Israel, and you're going to destroy democracy in the Middle East, but we're not far behind it. But it's this new young Turk. Bunch of Democrats. That are making no bones about the fact that they have no love lost for Israel. No love lost for the for the for the Jewish. People are honest, folks. I never I never thought. I would live to see the day. I'm looking for the sound bytes. Yeah. Grab sound bite number one and two. This is Trump this morning in Washington the White House lawn. He once again met the press as he was on the way to Marine One helicopter to go to joint base Andrews to catch Air Force One and his flight down here. He's spending the weekend here at Merrill Lago, and he always stops to engage the press and some reporters started shouting at him. This president. You said you said Democrats are anti Israel, anti Jewish. There are skipping the APEC conference next week. Is that.

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on KTRH

"Great to have you back. Ladies and gentlemen. Rush limbaugh. I am. Nobody's daddy. But I am the MAC daddy. Right here on the EIB network coming the open, the Limbaugh institute for advanced conservative studies on you what happens or what is happening. And you need to look at it. From this perspective. The democrat party is trying to turn Israel into South Africa. Anti-apartheid movement, and they're using the same exact language that they use against South Africa. South florida. Thumbing. Are kicking to the curb a major donor base. If nothing else. It's not a full fledged break. I mean, you got you got Pelosi and Schumer and this clown showing up the Jurassic Park Democrats. But these young whippersnappers are making it clear. They don't like the Jews the Jews are Islam just like in South Africa. Afrikaners were a bunch of racists. I will never forget that. At all started welded intensified when I was in Sacramento, and the Nelson Mandela era was he going to go to prison or not and. Peter who was the president of South Africa? And he was doing his best to save South Africa from the African National Congress, which Mandela's group and you had American universities in a race with each other to see who could take their investment money out of South Africa, the fastest and democrat presidential candidates. Join that parade. Started demanding disinvestment in South Africa university of California Berkeley was leading the way out on the left coast. And I remember bought which Jesse Jackson hated the guy pronounce it Boffa Bothell. It was a purposeful mispronunciation. But but Peter, but actually it was one of his spokesman wish I was with Nightline one. I wish I could remember this guy's name. I remember his face. And I have perfected my impersonation this guy. This had such an impact on me. And I can't tell you why. But this was during the fevered pitch where the United States was being pressured every American Corporation every individual was being pressured to get the hell out of South Africa. Stop endorsing, the Bart died regime and Winnie Mandela was out there necklacing their enemies, which was putting gasoline and in in automobile tires. And then throwing those tires on their enemies while the flames and this spokesman for for Peter both the B O T H A was on with Nightline, and they were trying to rattle this guy by calling him all kinds of names and calling his boss, all kinds of names. And he just could not be rattled no matter what they insulted. No matter what they tried. No matter the allegations he sat there, and he just every sentence. He began misstep Mata phase this dry. Sub Saharan Africa, and you will destroy the entire continent. And you should have seen the outraged reaction to that this says destroy hypno- destroy white South Africa, and you will destroy all of sub Saharan Africa. And they went not. And there are beginning to be parallels. Here we haven't gotten to the point of. Netanyahu saying destroy Israel, and you're going to destroy democracy in the Middle East, but we're not far behind it. But it's this new young Turk. Bunch of Democrats. That are making no bones about the fact that they have no love lost for Israel. No love lost for the for the for the Jewish. People are honest, folks. I never I never thought. I would live to see the damn looking for the sound bytes. Yeah. Grab sound bite number one and two. This is Trump this morning in Washington the White House lawn. He once again met the press as he was on the way to Marine One helicopter to go to joint base Andrews to catch Air Force One in his flight down here. He's spending the weekend here at Merrill Lago, and he always stops to engage the press and some reporters started shouting at him. Mr president. You said you said Democrats are anti Israel, anti Jewish. There are skipping the APEC conference next week. Is that what you mean, the Democrats have.

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"For me. You know is is best buy. And her name became synonymous with handbags Kate Spade. I believe that it's about. Where you are and the idea of enjoying fashion. He was a diplomat from Ghana who served as United Nations secretary general from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand six one of the great diplomats of our time for his work coffee on on and the UN got a Nobel peace prize. We can be very proud of the life of Kofi Annan knows multilateralists. He was one of our great u n special envoy. Peter thomson. When Nelson Mandela sat in a South African prison for decades, his wife at the time, Winnie Mandela spoke out on his behalf. Country. Her voice helped keep the anti-apartheid movement alive until Nelson Mandela was freed two men who went to the moon. Nobody knew how to do it. But Alan bean did on Apollo twelve. I've always felt I was lucky to be part of an organization trying to achieve and impossible dream and John Young made it on Apollo sixteen. Real back on earth as the aids epidemic ravaged America in the eighties nineties. Doctor Mathilde Krim was a leading researcher and advocate. Amen. Nevertheless, thirty dedicated to this. Another researcher Dr t berry Brayson during the cost of my career. I've cared for more than twenty five thousand children he focused on how babies learn it's time.

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on KTOK

"Her name became synonymous with handbags Kate Spade. I believe that it's about. Where you are and the idea of enjoying fashion. He was a diplomat from Ghana who served as United Nations secretary general from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand six one of the great diplomats of our time for his work coffee on on and the UN got a Nobel peace prize. We can be very proud of the life of Kofi Annan as multilateralists. He was one of our grades u n special envoy. Peter Thomson when Nelson Mandela sat in a South African prison for decades, his wife at the time, Winnie Mandela spoke out on his behalf has famed country. Her voice helped keep the anti-apartheid movement alive until Nelson Mandela was freed two men who went to the moon. Nobody knew how to do it. But Alan bean did on Apollo twelve. I've always felt I was lucky to be part of an organization trying to achieve and impossible dream and John Young made it on Apollo. Sixteen. Unreal back on earth as the aids epidemic ravaged America in the eighties and nineties doctor Mathilde Krim was a leading researcher and advocate woman. Isn't that the gay men, and nevertheless, thirty dedicated to this another researcher, Dr t berry Brayson during the course of my career? I've cared for more than twenty five thousand children he focused on how babies learn.

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"winnie mandela" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"winnie mandela" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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Manchester City closer to Premier League title after Man United loss to West Brom

BBC World Service

02:20 min | 4 years ago

Manchester City closer to Premier League title after Man United loss to West Brom

"Too often we were there for her i see tried to ride south african president cyril ramaphosa ending that report from winnie mandela's funeral by certain maseko this is the bbc world service twenty two minutes past the hour time for the sports news his column harrison hi paul thanks very much we start at the commonwealth games in queensland where these scottish marathon mccallum hawkins collapsed with exhaustion while leading the race there was a two minute delay before medical staff reached him he was taken to hospital for tests but scottish team officials thankfully say there are no now major concerns about hawkins condition that abc steve cram described the moment hawkins became ill column is collapsing they really need to get someone to quickly this is tragic to see he was going so well but he's pushed to how they need somebody needs to get to him this too far to go way too far to go it's not as though it selects two hundred meters will the races won by the champion mike shelley australia well the women's marathon was won by hilario yohannes who claimed namibia's second gold of the games manchester city a one win away now from claiming the english premier league title they bounced back from losing three games in a roving treating their champions league exit by liverpool to beat tottenham three one at wembley last night and go sixteen points clear that's off of the table john murray reports after the disappointment of the previous week manchester city made something of a statement here in becoming the first team to beat spurs at wembley in the premier league since august city looked every inch the champions in waiting after gabrielle's zeus outpaced sanchez to score the first they deserved a fortunate break in the awarded a penalty expertly converted by gwendolyn and while spurs rally lead with a goal from ericsson before halftime raheem sterling six yard box poach with just under twenty minutes to play to city once again to the brink of the title and the french league title could also be decided later on sunday parry sanger man will be champions with five games to go if they beat secondplaced monaco the reigning champions at home this evening in spain barcelona set a new record of thirty nine games without defeat when they beat valencia on saturday luis suarez.

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The Latest: Anti-apartheid icon Madikizela-Mandela is buried

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:23 min | 4 years ago

The Latest: Anti-apartheid icon Madikizela-Mandela is buried

"At landmark squares in the syrian capital today honking their car horns flashing victory signs and waving syrian flags and scenes of defiance that followed unprecedented joint air strikes by the united states france and britain south africans say goodbye to winnie mandela the anti apartheid icon was nelson mandela's former wife state funeral is being held at a forty thousand capacity stadium in soweto the packed stadium broke out in cheers and shouts of winnie as her casket was walked in slowly for her official funeral the funeral is the highest level that south africa accord someone who is not head of state mandela died on april second at eightyone wbz news time five twenty two i was thinking about running the bus from start to finish wbz newsradio the boston marathon walltowall cover as staff twenty six points patriots day wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time is five twenty three it's traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes is i in here is rob heckling art we're looking at a good ride these morning not seeing any delays on the mass turnpike is you leave boston all the way out towards framingham and right down toward sturbridge and also good right out west of town onto ninety and four ninety five north of the city free ninety three and ninety five row k to and from new hampshire no problems spotted along route one through saugus downtown also in good shape the lower deck of ninety three is clear in from sullivan square no problems on the leverett connector down onto storrow drive tobin an airport tunnels are okay the expressway is a ten minute ride between boston and braintree ruth threes clear log the south shore just keep in mind the sagamore bridge has had ongoing lane restriction a twenty four hour day restriction down to one lane heading on and off the capa the sag more only not seeing any backups early volume is light next report at five thirty three wbz's traffic on the threes wbz news time is.

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South Africa bids farewell to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

1A

01:35 min | 4 years ago

South Africa bids farewell to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela

"See that congress is awfully supine and not calling him to account in south africa number of tributes to winnie mandela continued to pour in this week there was a large memorial service for the activist and politician in south africa on monday the attendees included the country's deputy president david mabuza mamo we knew monty is dead is that and the whole of this do on the net ocean connecting us to have a nice things then the africans was south africa's deputy president david mabuza karen i wonder what you made of the memorial services including how they dealt with winnie mandela's legacy well i mean i think it's really nice to see her honored in a way that is maybe not matching what nelson mandela's how he's been honored but that she carried this going for decades you know and the fact that she's recognized for that and israel important thing the royal wedding is set prince harry and meghan markle sent out their invitations among the twenty five hundred plus attendees no political leaders received an invite this includes british prime minister theresa may as well as barack and michelle obama despite the fact that they have the friendship with the bride and groom that wedding is on may nineteenth ally lake what are your thoughts on the royal wedding my thoughts on the royal wedding our great republic fought a vicious war two hundred and forty some years ago so that we proud americans free merican do not have to care about things like world weddings.

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Thousands gather for Winnie Madikizela-Mandela memorial

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 4 years ago

Thousands gather for Winnie Madikizela-Mandela memorial

"For now allegations of rape of not been confirmed by the police because they are waiting for a forensic report after which will be conclusively able to tell us if the girl was raped known buddy al people out on the streets yuma nanjiani speaking from the whole just before we move on reminder that every week carrie gracie gathers a panel of experts today sacked one of the big stories in the news one issue on our it's cooled the real story this week it's our plastic addiction that gets the real story treatment and you'll find it wherever you get your podcasts and still to come in this podcast that moment i felt totally humiliated really fragile and helpless i put my shame in fierce site to speak about it and there was a massive response social media how a female sports reporter in brazil challenged the blatant sexism that she and her colleagues face today a memorial service for the antiapartheid activist winnie medic azali mandela has been held in soweto thousands of people attended the ceremony at the orlando sports stadium the service began with a choir singing south africa's national anthem millions watched the ceremony on tv and as the service got underway winnie mandela's faithful supporters along with the great and the good of south africa paid tribute her life and achievements as nelson mandela's second wife she was for years the most visible figure head of the struggle against a eight catapulted into the political spotlight when her husband was sentenced to life imprisonment but she's also seen by many as a highly controversial and divisive figure today however they were reminders that when eamon della was also a mother and a grandmother this tribute from one of her great granddaughters the best warm in the world that best five four people i am so call myself her great grandchild being mommy.

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California, Stefan Clark and Oakland discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:50 min | 4 years ago

California, Stefan Clark and Oakland discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I don't know what it was what do you call it building a house i don't know it wasn't tapie topic but anyway so so today he's gonna come in and try to do it again we're going to give him another chance at another game today we're gonna spend the wheel into it just regular regular spin the wheel he he messed it up yesterday actually gonna have lots of top it's not just one today we'll see he hasn't wield the wheel in into that in a minute also the news it was getting into the headlines what would he have going on samantha all right protests and sacramento california over the shooting of stefan clark continue at the same time pro protests in oakland have reignited over the shooting of salim tyndall back in january so because of these events new legislation is being drafted in sacramento to increase transparency investigations of officers officer involved shootings don't look at your 401k today stocks tumbled yesterday at china raised after china's import duties on several us exports this was in retaliation to raise duties on steel and aluminum imports from china china so cording to some this brings us closer to a full on trade conflict so if i were you maybe just don't look at your investments today it's still leveling out congratulations to villanova michigan basketball yesterday such great news this marks their second win in three years and their third time in villanova history the final score was seventy nine to sixty two all right and this one hurt my heart as i'm sure it did many of you winnie mandela former wife of nelson mandela he's fully passed away yesterday at the age of eightyone surrounded by her family and loved ones the south african mother of the nation and her former husband were a symbol of the country's antiapartheid struggle for three decades.

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South Africa to memorialize Winnie Madikizela-Mandela with national funeral

America in the Morning

02:25 min | 4 years ago

South Africa to memorialize Winnie Madikizela-Mandela with national funeral

"In the morning college hoops champs john stolnis has your sports recap coming up mary moloney reports kentucky teachers walked out yesterday and tens of thousands of teachers in oklahoma ditched the classroom favoring the state capital instead teachers want more money in their pocket and want more dollars to spend on their students education educators in oklahoma are some of the lowest paid in the country some working two or three jobs outside the classroom just to pay the bills well actually hold several jobs i work at an event coordinator never management at an event venue i drive for posts mates which is a delivery service i'm also a surrogate teachers in oklahoma and kentucky held walkouts monday protesting low wages and cuts to education funding this is not the exception this is the rule teachers are working several jobs but it's not just about pay in oklahoma the state's teacher's union says that school funding has been cut by twenty eight percent in the last decade which means the burden of making sure the classroom has enough supplies falls back on the underpaid teacher oklahoma state legislators did approve a sixty one hundred dollar raise last week in response to teachers complaints but for those protesting it's only the beginning and in kentucky teachers march to the state capital after controversial pension changes were tacked onto a sewage bill refers to your teacher i've already spent a couple of thousand dollars on my classroom taking care of my kids if i can do it they can find funding protesters in both states are cursed by the success of recent ninety shutdown in west virginia teachers there eventually walked victoriously back to the classroom with a five percent raise mary me reporting twenty one before the hour south africa is mourning the loss of antiapartheid activist winnie mandela here's david mckenzie they celebrating the life of winning mandela outside her home here in soweto she was eighty one years old a struggle stalwarts of south africa president nelson mandela was her husband but she was so much more than that to the people they said she was a leader for the oppressed what is the legacy of winnie mandela a selfless leader of the people of the.

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Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81

News, Traffic and Weather

01:21 min | 4 years ago

Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81

"Dot com once a year for free and you also want to watch out for fishing emails it's thought that this is how the whole breach began in the first place and there are some big red flags to look out for their they can be disguised as something that looks familiar so familiar logos not the real thing there can be alarming language like urgent to drive to open the email and a really common thing in these phishing emails grammar mistakes and spelling errors south african antiapartheid campaigner winnie mandela dead at eighty one these are your world headlines from abc news she was the former wife of south africa's first black president writer gillian slovo knew her well you're very conscious victory for somebody to admire for hers this and somebody who feel very difficult about the things that she became involved in later years reputation became tainted legally and politically but she and nelson mandela will be remembered hand in hand does he walked free from prison after twenty seven years and afghan officials says an air strike on a taliban training camp skilled more than thirty insurgents while the taliban says it hit a school killing dozens of civilians these really government says it's reaching agreement with the un to scrap its contested plans to deport african asylum seekers and an aide to russian president putin says president trump is invited the russian leader to the.

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The Whitewashing of Winnie Mandela

Steve Deace

02:31 min | 4 years ago

The Whitewashing of Winnie Mandela

"Most exciting radio talk show the savage nation home of borders language culture and here he is author of liberalism is a mental disorder trump's war and god faith and reason michael savage getting when awesome it is rock and roll monday night one of my favorite rock and roll songs by crain loved the song brings back terrible memories of a horrible time in san francisco and since i love to think about things i think about the song a as i drive dot california street today we're gonna talk about fake news fake history fake heroes we all know what fake news is just turn anything on we know what fake history is just look at the way they're lauding winnie mandela today wall street journal winnie months akilah on della antiapartheid campaigner for wife nelson mandela dies at eighty one not one mention of the fact that she was a woman who burn people alive nbc news south african antiapartheid stalwart winning mandela dies at eighty one bbc winning killer mandela antiapartheid campaigner dies at eighty one new york daily news activist and politician when he that will be like saying hitler activist and politician adolf hitler dies it's crazy l a times when he must akilah mandela antiapartheid activists and mother of the nation dies eighty eightyone it goes on and on they conveniently forget who this woman was and who she is because what she was is what she is not what the fake news makes her in one thousand nine hundred six with her then husband still in jail i'll be the man named nelson mandela she would endorse violent methods to achieve freedom for black south africans one coat of hers said we have no guns we have only stones boxes of matches and petrol she said that at a rally and so we to together hand in hand with our boxes of matches and our necklaces we shall liberate this country what did she mean by the necklace comment ccording to abc news necklacing was a method of torture and murder used on police informants or a tire filled with gasoline was forced around a person's arms and set on fire also to abc nineteen ninetyseven whitney mandela's bodyguard from nineteen hundred jerry richardson told south africa's truth and reconciliation committee that he'd beat tortured and.

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Fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe to shut down legal defense fund

The Mark Levin Show

02:27 min | 4 years ago

Fired Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe to shut down legal defense fund

"A good thing i got before your first delivery yeah well i already spread the word sir oh no what the i director andrew mccabe shutting down is online campaign for a legal defense fund after raising over a half million dollar days after launching blowing past several fund goals in raising over five hundred and fifty thousand dollars a gofundme page set for ousted fbi deputy director andrew mccabe legal defense fund will no longer accept donations mccabe calling it simply overwhelming saying in a statement each contribution reflects not just someone's well wishes but there are acknowledgement that something in this situation is not fair or just attorney general jeff sessions fired mccabe days before his retirement after the justice department determined mccabe was not truthful in his review of the clinton email probe mccabe claims he was asked in an attempt to discredit him as a witness in these special counsels russia investigation funds will go toward any potential lawsuits he might consider i'm kristin goodwin fox news say they're looking at red flags in washington state families past and hopes of explaining why the rest of you went off cliff police are considering whether it was intentional the ex wife of nelson mandela has done it's probably spokesman says vinnie madikizelamandela died peacefully in a south african hospital surrounded by family after a long illness famed country decades she was a prominent campaign in the fight against white minority rule in south africa particularly during her husband's twenty seven years in prison south africa energy minister jeff renovate saying winnie mandela was one but the mandelas marriage fell apart and her reputation was tarnished by allegations of involvement in torture murder and corruption simon owen fox news cpa looking to ease emission standards cars and trucks saying that a time line put in place by president obama was not appropriate and standards too high california's attorney general threatening a lawsuit lisa lacerra fox news radio a couple of strong fronts for april crews in our way some colder numbers for late week and some rain coming our way tomorrow forty one degrees with rain developing after midnight tonight fifty percent chance of rain overnight seventy percent chance of rain showers even a rumble of thunder for tuesday high fifty five cooler weather in store force.

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For children of Martin Luther King Jr., trauma of his assassination is still fresh

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:35 min | 4 years ago

For children of Martin Luther King Jr., trauma of his assassination is still fresh

"Champion for her people winnie mandela was eighty one years old it was fifty years ago this week that the reverend martin luther king junior was assassinated in memphis kings three surviving children haven't spoken together about their father's legacy dozen years but they did with michelle miller interview you'll see only here on cbs martin luther king the third was ten when his father died dexter was seven and bernice five it's hard to forget the images and sometimes i have to catch myself because i get emotional martin and i were watching television and even to this day when i see a breaking news flash i have ptsd and so even though it's been fifty years it doesn't seem like it for me it seems like it was yesterday what do you remember what i do vividly remember is the day of so i'm sitting right on the corner here and ebeneezer i'm in my mother's lap and so mom said he couldn't speak to me a child can knows the dance derek and i think about my own funeral and if you look at the family i'm looking around like where is he so i remember that to this day in this sanctuary this was to be a peaceful march to city hall sixty eight was a time when your father's popularity was waning mom used to say something like because his voice is silenced now he's loved what does that mean we sort of dumbed down dad to some degree he was a door not just a dreamer he talked about would could become but he left us a blueprint for how that could be manifested leading the march the reverend martin luther king dad was really radical and revolutionary and america doesn't understand that yet i have to ask this question of you did you have to lose your father for the nation in the world to appreciate him the way they do today you look at the greater good in terms of the sacrifice because if he lived he may not have been i'm certain you would not have been effective because he gave his life he was martyred and then you remember all of the positive things he.

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Senator, Griffith and Florida discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:11 min | 4 years ago

Senator, Griffith and Florida discussed on Global News Podcast

"Even big confirmed one team has been called in an range of sanctions of being considered it really depends on the nature of a breach of this is this was accidental if it was administrative you know what's the what's the nature of this if it's you know is it senator or was it something more more significant the needles have been tested for the presence of banned substances the results haven't been published but so far the incident is classified as a violation of antidoping rules especial hearing will take place to decide what punishment will be imposed our griffith in australia now to nasa nassar's launch pad number forty at cape canaveral in florida nine eight seven six four three two one zero and liftoff of the falcon nine rocket and the dragon spacecraft packed with science and supplies for the international space station communities home and lower orbit filkins the tower a spacex rocket was launched sending supplies to astronauts on the international space station amongst the cow gay was an international experiment to tackle space junk it takes the form of a small satellite that will practice techniques tracking debris and capturing it in an effort to clean up space science correspondent jonathan amos told us more this little satellite which is called removed deborah's funded by the european commission and the partners that are involved in the project and it's going to trial full technologies is going to check out a piece of junk and then it's going to monitor easier allied are laser a camera detector then it's going to check out another one and throw a net around it because the idea is that you could go around just backing up a junk a bit like troas catch fish on then another idea is to use a harpoon some of the junk will be uncooperative in the sense that it's tumbling and using a harpoon just.

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Bloomberg, Ed Baxter and Mac discussed on

02:26 min | 4 years ago

Bloomberg, Ed Baxter and Mac discussed on

"With these latest headlines hoping to reach an after deal before a summit in peru next week people close to the negotiations say the trump administration will host cabinet ministers this week in washington to try and reach a nafta breakthrough white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders is confirming president trump did discuss holding a meeting at the white house during a congratulatory phone call last month with newly reelected russian president vladimir putin word of the possible meeting was revealed today by the kremlin nelson mandela's exwife winnie mandela will be honored at a state funeral april fourteenth she died today at the age of eightyone she was an antiapartheid activist in her own right whose reputation was sullied by scandal global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm nancy lyons now let's get a check of the markets in the latest business headlines bloomberg world headquarters i'm charlie pellett apple is plan to use its own chips in mac computers beginning as early as twenty twenty replacing processors from intel this according to people familiar with the plans intel shares lower today bite six point one percent apple shares down by seven tenths of one percent the deepening route in once highflying technology shares sent us stocks tumbling to start the second quarter is fresh presidential criticism amazon and retaliatory tariffs from china rattled markets the s and p five hundred index down fifty nine points a drop of two point two percent the dow down four hundred fifty eight down one point nine percent while nasdaq declined two hundred ninety three down two point seven percents i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash bloomberg best with june grasso and ed baxter it's forty eight minutes past the hour and now it's time for bloomberg view i'm ramesh pinero a columnist for bloomberg view many observers think that the movement to regulate guns is finally getting some mental but that's what they said back in nineteen ninety nine to after the massacre at columbine high school the new york times reported that the earth is finally moved on the politics of the issue the nra lost clout the washington post reported that the polls had shifted in the public was now more supportive of regulation some republicans started a waiver in their.

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Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81

02:22 min | 4 years ago

Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81

"Faces scrutiny for its semi automated driving technology which apparently failed and may have led to a fatal crash then over the weekend president trump signaled his intention of cracking down on amazon for what he calls unfair business practices also weighing on the markets or the escalating trade wars between the us and other countries china says it will impose tariffs on us goods in retaliation for the trump administration promising to slap tariffs on aluminum and steel imports yuki noguchi npr news washington president trump's reportedly floated the idea of hosting russian leader vladimir putin at the white house here's npr's lucian kim putin's top foreign policy adviser yuri shake off says trump proposed holding the meeting at the white house during a march twentieth phone call lucia call himself a former ambassador to washington said russia expects to recently vacated diplomatic posts to gradually be filled up again last week the us kicked out sixty russian diplomats the protests the poisoning of a former russian double agent in britain causing russia to respond in kind npr's lucian kim gathered outside her soweto home and across the country south africans mourn the death of winnie mandela the ex wife of the late nelson mandela south africa's first black president died monday morning johannesburg hospital the governing african national congress's mrs mandela prominent figure of the antiapartheid movement have been battling along illness and passed away peacefully whilst rented by loved ones she was eighty one years old npr's ofeibea quist arcton reports on monday kisela mandela's lifelong fight against white minority rule the anc says we monday kisela mandela ford valiantly against apartheid and sacrificed her life for the freedom of the country she was nelson mandela's second wife and the greatest advocate for the release of her husband and other imprisoned at partake campaigners propelled into the political spotlight during mandela's trial madikizelamandela also spent time in solitary confinement and was banished by the apartheid government but my dick is mandela also courted controversy and tainted her legacy with allegations of corruption in one thousand nine hundred ninety one she was convicted of involvement in the kidnapping of a teenage activists casey who was found dead many south africans forgave my dicky's mandel indiscretions and considered her the mother of the.

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Ethan Couch, Texas man who invoked "affluenza" defense as a teen, released

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:27 min | 4 years ago

Ethan Couch, Texas man who invoked "affluenza" defense as a teen, released

"England wbz news time three eighteen all the snow is pretty much gone here on april second thirty eight degrees and mostly cloudy skies this monday good afternoon i'm jeff brown our top stories now in the wbz newsroom the massachusetts state police will begin using body cameras and vehicle locators in cruisers this is in response to the overtime scandal at the state police winnie mandela has died the prominent antiapartheid activist passed away today and johannesburg and prosecutors said the defense began picking a jury for bill cosby's sexual assault retrial cosby is charged with drugging and sexually molesting a woman in two thousand four and this is not a good way to start the week the dow was off nearly six hundred points in the final hour of trading as concerns over a trade war continued to heat up after spending two years locked up the texas teenager who who used the socalled affluential defense on drunken driving charges is now a free man this morning the soon to be twenty one year old ethan couch walked out of the tarrant county courthouse in two thousand thirteen couch killed four people that are drunk driving crash when he was sixteen one of the prosecutors in that case richard alpert says it's hard to predict whether jail has changed couch he's been in jail for two years so you could say well that is taught him some lessons or each is bursting to get out and go back to his old behavior couches probation was transferred to the adult system after he and his mother fled to mexico in late twenty fifteen andrew greenstein for cbs news fort worth investigators in california believed the crash of an suv off a cliff may have been an intentional act five members of the hart family from washington state found dead in mendocino county investigators say there were no skid marks there were no signs the driver even hit the brakes in fact it is is believed that vehicle accelerated before plunging off the cliff three children in that family still missing it's not just students walking out of classrooms these days teachers in two states part of protests but for a different reason today in kentucky angry features outside the state capitol protesting pension changes in oklahoma thousands of teachers walking out of classrooms i'm here because i deserve more and we as teachers deserve more teachers there say the.

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Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81

Rick Jensen

01:50 min | 4 years ago

Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81

"Mother of the nation winnie mandela is dead hospital for some time and they come to her illness cbs's debra patta in johannesburg winnie mandela singing at one of her last public appearances a celebration of her eightieth birthday last year nelson mandela's exwife and antiapartheid campaigner in her own right here's cbs's peter king nelson divorced nineteen ninetysix on the grounds of her adultery but she regularly visited him during his final days speaking of their in a statement the mandela family urges all who loved her to celebrate they say this most remarkable woman funeral arrangements will be announced soon winnie monica zella mandola dead at eightyone vicki barker cbs news at the foreign desk in london wall street has been rocked by fears of a trade war and tweets from president trump dowry now's down six hundred thirteen points nasdaq off two hundred ten amazon stock fell after president trump tweeted only fools or worse or saying that our money losing post office makes money with amazon they lose a fortune and this will be changed ban on kids carrying cell phones in schools around the decline correspondent jan johnson once considered a distraction parents now think of phones as a lifeline and more administrators are listening about two thirds of all k through twelve schools still prohibited cell phone use during the school year ending in two thousand sixteen but that was down for more than ninety percent in twenty ten the national center for education statistics also found that the number of high schools with bans on phones dropped from eighty percent to thirty five percent teachers in many places are even finding ways.

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Trump Tightens Screws on Putin But Says He Wants to Get Along

02:20 min | 4 years ago

Trump Tightens Screws on Putin But Says He Wants to Get Along

"On the latest world and national headlines with bloomberg's nancy lyons nancy thanks peter president trump did not just propose a summit meeting to putin when he called the russian leader last month he invited him to the white house this is according to a kremlin official the prospect of putin visiting washington is likely to sharpen divisions over relations with russia's especially in light of that alleged kremlin meddling in the us presidential elections russia though denies madeline china is looking to talk trade with us before their damaged relationship is beyond repair china has raised import duties on a three billion dollar list of us pork apples and other products in response to the us tariff hike on steel on aluminum the senior vice president of the us china business council aaron ns talked with bloomberg about the latest move by china the estimate of what the cost of tariffs are on chinese steel and aluminum that the administration is pursuing separately is equal to roughly three billion dollars thus the tariffs that china's putting on us products makes it an equal and opposite reaction beyond the action on the trump administration is preparing to propose a list of other chinese products to be targeted with tariffs jury selection under way today and bill cosby sexual assault retrial his last trial ended in a hung jury but the cultural landscape is changed with the metoo movement gaining traction the eighty year old comedian is charged with drugging and molesting woman at his suburban philadelphia home in two thousand and four and winnie mandela prominent antiapartheid activist and the ex wife of nelson mandela has died at the age of eightyone global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thank fancy now with our other top stories i'm joe schneider over the weekend tesla rushed to manufacture and deliver its model three sedan the electric car maker wants to bolster the numbers it's about to report to rattled investors still tesla probably came up short and shares were falling today they fell twenty two percent in march that was the worst month for tesla in more than seven years there's been a credit card breach at a department store giant bloomberg's pat carroll has the story a data security breach at canada's hudson's bay could have exposed more than five million credit and debit card accounts used at saks fifth avenue saks fifth and lord and taylor stores security firm gemini advisory reports.

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Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81

Midday on WNYC

02:38 min | 4 years ago

Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, dies at 81

"The ex wife of the late former south african president antiapartheid icon nelson mandela the african national congress has issued a statement confirming that winnie mandela passed away early monday morning in a johannesburg hospital after a long illness the nc states winnie mandela was known far and wide as mother of the nation for her activism dedication to keep nelson mandela's work alive during the years he was in prison on robben island reverend vernon rosa fellow activists reflects on the couple's activism even though they devote i even though she was next to the icon nelson mandela she met out own pop in the struggle against apartheid so she mentioned developed a main clause when it mighty kiselev mandela was eighty one years old this is npr news and you're listening to wnyc in new york i'm jimmy floyd i'll hudson valley republican county executive is officially kicking off his campaign for governor of new york state duchess county executive mark molinaro announced his run this morning in his hometown of tivoli he'll be making a second stop in albany later this afternoon the gop hopeful was elected county executive in november of twenty eight eleven he's also served in the duchess county legislature and the state assembly and as mayor of tivoli molinaro will face off against a senator john defrancisco who has also announced his bid for the republican nomination and an ongoing lawsuit from the families of the sandy hook school shooting is facing new hurdles remington one of the nation's oldest gun manufacturers and a defendant in the lawsuit is filing for bankruptcy this comes as the connecticut supreme court considers whether to send the suit to a jury trial the new york times reporter kristen hussy says rubbing kim's bankruptcy has stalled the courts timeline essentially the bankruptcy hits the pause button on everything it gives remmington an opportunity to refinance and reorganize hussy says the court could be able to rule on the issue as early as may if bankruptcy proceedings expedited under federal law gun companies are granted immunity when one of their products is houston crime but if the sandy hook families says selling assault rifles two civilians qualifies as negligence and should therefore not be covered by the legislation the snow is gone son trying to come out currently it is thirty six degrees at one oh six support for npr comes from.

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